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This Project Based Learning idea was a hit with my elementary students! They loved diving into map skills and landforms and, of course, burying their own treasure! This is a great way to introduce PBL activities in an engaging way. This PBL resource includes rubrics and step-by-step directions. A great way to assess map skills in your 21st Century classroom!

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Project Based Learning: Treasure Map

What could be more fun than creating your own island to hide your pirate treasure? Have your students design their own Treasure Map and Island! This project based map skills activity is designed to capture the interests of students while assessing their map skills. Rubric and student examples included! $

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FREE Maps - free printable maps of world, continents, australia, united states, europe and more both blank and labeled. These could be great for proportions and/or ratios, angles, etc.!

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from Sweet Integrations

QR Codes and Google Maps in Teaching Map Skills

Create your own scavenger hunt for your classroom with QR Codes and Google Maps. You're students will love learning map skills with this activity.

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Here's the man in the middle of US map. This is a good tool to help students remember where these midwestern states are located.

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from Bloglovin’

Learning about the Unites States one state at a time. (See Jamie Teach Homeschool)

Bug and Monkey have been learning about the states. I found these amazing printable maps at Your Child Learns. You can print out maps of each continent or even a world map. They also have multiple siz

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